obsolete or goofy as it may sound now (“thank you loOord for hearing my prayer”), utopia turns back on itself:
 
when the dream machine crashes, what ecstasy could have been (if not real) puts the afterward’s reality principle in question rather than the usual other way around (“the dream is over. but was it a dream?”)
 
nowhere — what can’t be placed even within or outside a dream — has the advantage at least of not aspiring to carve out territory
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